Massachusetts Senate Passes Bill For Police Reform.
A ban on choke handles, limited use of tear gas, and more are part of the new reform. [Masslive]
Boston To Pilot Program For Summer Food Trucks.
Mayor Walsh announced the new program that will be put in place due to the coronavirus. [WCVB]
Update: Latest Massachusetts Coronavirus Cases.
Health officials announced 203 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus. [Boston Globe]
Police Look For Suspects In MBTA Driver Attack.
Two men reportedly attacked the driver in a road rage incident on June 25th. [CBS Boston]
Boston Judge Rescinds International Student Visa Policy.
A U.S. District Judge overturned the bill on Tuesday during a hearing. [Boston Herald]
Body Of Male Found On Side Of Road In Dartmouth.
DA believes the unknown male, who was found on Tuesday, was the victim of a homicide. [Masslive]
Boston Doctors Concerned About Second Coronavirus Spike.
Doctors fear a spike after seeing a rise in cases in several other states. [WCVB]
Coronavirus Deaths Continue To Drop In The State.
As of Tuesday, there have been 10 reported deaths in Massachusetts. [Boston Herald]
Boston Police Union Angered Over Reform Bill.
The union is upset that the reform bill was passed without a public hearing held. [Masslive]
Boston City Hall Plaza To Get A Makeover.
The $70 million makeover began last week and is unexpected to run for two years. [Boston.com]
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